Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 1, 1973 · Page 20
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20 Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Wednesday, Aug. 1, 1973 Galva Caihpfire Girl Group Sets Washington Park Meet GALVA — All present and former council members tif the Gaiva Campfire Girls have been asked to attend the Aug. 29 meeting ait Washington Park. Arnual reports will be presented and duties for the coming year will be outlined, council officials said. About 50 girls attended the campfire summer camp at Lake Calhoun near LaFayette, council president, Mrs. Terry Benmison, reported. Head counselor was Miss Linda Morrison, a Western Illinois University student. She was assisted by Marilyn Davis. Mrs. Roger Anderson and Mrs. Richard Hier, members of (he Galva council, recently accepted an invitation from the campfire girls at Donahue, Iowa. The two women, along with Iheir daughters, attended that group's meeting and spent the day with council members there. The next paper drive sponsored by the Campfire Girls, Gal* va scouts and women's committee of the Henry County Farm Bureau, will be Sept. 11 beginning at 9 a.m. Participants will meet at the municipal parking lot. The Campfire Girls recently collected 500 pounds of clothing for distribution in Thailand by a Galva serviceman, Capt. Wil- GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932*2725 Vitamins A, D Will Require Rx For High Dosage By MICHAEL J. CONLON WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ordered today that high doses of vitamins A and D be placed on a prescription-only basis. It also laid down plans for other general restrictions on sale of vitamins. The order on vitamins A and D takes effect in 60 days. The FDA issued a final order on the matter, the most controversial of its proposal. The other restrictions will take effect at the end of 1974. The FDA said there was evidence that Vitamin A in heavy doses can cause pressure inside the skull that may mimic the symptoms of a brain tumor, and may also cause retarded growth in children. Vitamin D in high doses has also been known to retard mental and physical growth in children, the agency added. The other major rule says that any vitamin, food supplement or food containing more than 150 per cent of the recommended daily allowance of any vitamin shall be classified as a drug;' Once classified as drugs such products may continue to be sold over the counter the way cough medicines and aspirins are now. But they will be subject to review by the PDA as drugs and some may later be put on a prescription basis or banned entirely. The health food industry contends that some of the proposals would cause many vitamin products now on the market to disappear and would restrict a person's freedom to choose what medicine he wants to take. FDA commissioner Alexander Schmidt rejected objections to the rules. Schmidt said in a statement: "Much of the opposition is based on honest fears of concerned citizens," he said "Some fear that the FDA is going'to make certain vitamin pills unavailable or if available then only with a prescription and at a higher cost. Others fear that the FDA may infringe on their right to decide what they wilj eat. "None of this is true. The single, most important purpose and effect of the regulation is to require full and honest labeling." Effective 60 days from today, Vitamin A in doses above 10,000 international units and Vitamin D in doses above 400 international units will be subject to prescription sales only. The effective date of the proposal on classifying some products with high vitamin content as drugs is Dec. 31, 1974, although any labels on vitamin products covered by the rule printed after this year must comply with the new rule. Another regulation states that vitamins,, in,, combination, .with substances which have no scientifically recognized nutritional valuer will' be banned as of the end of next year. The health food industry estimates that perhaps 90 per cent of such combination products will have to be reformulated and that an unknown number of them will disappear from the market because no proof can be offered of nutritional value. Legislation to undo the impact of the FDA regulation has been pending for months in a House Commerce subcommittee. Despite perhaps one million letters of protest, it is given little chance of moving. One health food lobbyist predicted however that finalization of the rules would force congressional hearings on the legislation. liam Larson. Capt. Larson is a public service officer stationed at a Thailand air force base. A Henry County coroner's jury ruled Tuesday that the death of Frank A. Tooley, 62, resulted from natural causes. Tooley, who listed a Bloomington address, was found dead in his room Sunday at the Galva Hotel. He had lived there about three weeks. A journalist and free-lance writer, Tooley was a charter member of the Chicago Press Corps and once worked for the Chicago Tribune. He later worked as a free-lance writer and more recently as a golf equipment salesman. Coroner Dr. Glen I. Case told the jurors Tuesday that Tooley had been estranged from his wife and children for more than 20 years. He had a history of cardiovascular disease, Case said. Case explained that Tuesday's inquest was necessary before Tcoley's personal property could be sold. He reportedly owned an automobile, typewriter and other items. Christian Church Minister Honored at Bushnell Dinner BUSHNELL^-A hew minister for t h 6 Bushnell Christian Church and his family have moved into the church parsonage. Rev. M. J. Brown came to Bushnell from Watseka Christian Church where he was a minister 18 years. He and his wife and four children were honored last night at a dinner given by church members. The interim minister and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baird, were honored at a farewell potluck dinner at the church Sunday. About 45 persons were present. Bushnell - Prairie City FFA chapter last week observed Na­ tional Farm Safety Week. The week was co-sponsored by the National Safety Council and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In conjunction with the event Jan McCurdy, Monmouth, Warren County farm adviser, spoke to the Bushnell Rotary Club Monday night. His topic was "Pollution as it Relates to Agriculture." Robert VerSteeg presided at the dinner meeting at The Stable Supper Club, Bushnell. Guests included Dr. Craig Holt, Virginia, and Dr. Kenneth Goff, Bushnell. Next week, after dinner at The Stable, the group will tour the Lyle Hudson confinement BUSHNELL MRS. MY CLEMENS ~ CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 7722240 cattle feeding operation at the Hudson farm near Good Hope. Linda Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weber, rural Bushnell, was honored Saturday night at a reception at Bushnell- Prairie City High School. She is president of the Theta Rho State Assembly. Norma Jean Pigg, Noble Grand of Victor Rebekah Lodge 385, Bushnell, welcomed guests at the reception from Theta Rho clubs, Grand Lodge of Illinois, Rebekah State Assembly, Patriarchs Militant «a n d Grand Ladies Encampment Auxiliary from all over the state. Members of the Oddfellows Lodge No. 322, Bushnell, also participated in the ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Johnson and Doug, and Albert Coulter have returned from a 2-week trip to Colorado. One gallon d maple syrup requires 30 to 40 gallons of sap —depending on the degree of sweetness, which can vary from year to year. Savanna Man in Iowa Jail On Murder, Kidnap Charges - — T1 * noticing lights on in the house. CLINTON, Iowa (UPI) - A 24-year- old Savanna, 111., man is being held in the Clinton County Jail here in lieu of $110,000 bond on a number of charges, including murder and kidnaping. Harley Turner was arraigned in district court Tuesday in connection with a bizarre set of circumstances early Monday that left a rural Calamus, Iowa, man dead and his wife seriously injured. Authorities said Turner stopped at the Earl Long residence en route to Calamus after When he went inside, police said there was a scuffle for a gun, during which time the Longs were wounded. Earl Long, 59, died Tuesday of the wounds and his wife, Wilma, 59, was listed in serious condition at University Hospitals in Iowa City. Turner had been charged with murder, carrying a concealed weapon, assault with intent to kidnap, assault with intent to commit murder, kid­ naping and larceny of a motor vehicle. Demonstrators Picket Against Whale Killing WASHINGTON (UPI) Demonstrators played whale calls on a tape recorder and carried a sign saying "let there be whales" Tuesday to urge Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka to halt the killing of nearly extinct species of whales by the Japanese fishing industry. About 150 protesters paraded in Lafayette Park across from the White House while Tanaka was conferring with President Nixon. There was no indication Tanaka or Nixon heard or saw the demonstrators. READ THE WANT ADS! Alligator Rider Is Arrested GAINESVILLE, Fla. (UPI) — A 24-year-old laborer was arrested Tuesday night when he attempted to ride a 13-foot alligator in a lake at the University of Florida. Curtis W. Read had been warned twice previously by police before he made his attempt before hundreds of spectators who gathered to watch him "ride" the one-ton reptile he affectionately calls "Fat Albert." 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